The introduction of element 115, which will be introduced in the near future, will cause a few eyebrows for those who are familiar enough with the fringe belief system regarding UFOs to believe that there is another group. This faction is known as the fringe wacko fringe.
Bob Lazar is a name many people know.
Lazar claimed in 1988 and 1989 that he was a physicist for S4, which was supposedly near Groom Dry Lake (Nevada), southwest of top-secret Area 51. Lazar claims that S4 is a secret military facility where flying saucers and alien spacecraft are researched and studied via
reverse engineering. Lazar claims to have witnessed nine alien vehicles at S4 and has extensive information regarding the propulsion system and other technical details of the disc-
shaped spacecraft, he refers as the sport model.
Lazar’s credibility was doubted after it was discovered that the “schools he was alleged had no record of him” and that others in science had no memory of ever having seen him. Lazar’s advocates claim that Lazar was unable to prove his credentials and that he has a damaged past in order raise the credibility issues that his adversaries raised. What about Ununpentium? Also known as Element 15 Bob Lazar asserts that atomic Element 115 served as a fuel source for the cars under investigation. Element 115, temporarily referred to “ununpentium”, (symbol: Uup), was believed to have been used as an antigravity energy source. It also provided antimatter for energy generation during proton
The nucleus Element 115’s nuclear force field is very strong, so the result of large-scale gravitational impacts would be a distortion of space-time or warp of time, thereby reducing the
travel distance and time to reach a destination.
Recent accelerator investigations confirmed the presence of this synthetic component. It will be enough for ununpentium to receive a formal name change and formal recognition. A new series experiment supports the finding of one of those elements. An international group of researchers from around the world created an element that contained 115 protons at
Germany’s GSI accelerator. This isn’t the first time that the element has been created by a research group.
Unpentium, which was originally created by a team consisting of Russian scientists and American scientists, was published in 2006 as a study. However, the International Union of Pure
and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) did not deem that data sufficient to formally recognize -or name -ununpentium at the time. Another step forward is the latest GSI study. Why is it that we use the term “created” or “synthesized” to refer to ununpentium created by individuals rather than
“discovered”? Like other super-heavy elements that can only be created by human experimentation, ununpentium cannot exist. It is a completely artificial element (unpentium elements: polyester fabrics?).
It can’t be made in a laboratory. It is not possible to make atoms heavier that uranium using fusion processes, nuclear reactions or any other highly specialized chemical process. This element, which has 92 protons, is the most heavy to be found naturally on Earth. Six other synthetic elements were previously created by the Gl accelerator, which produced more protons than uranium.
Ununpentium was created by scientists at GSI. They attacked a thin film made of americium (a synthetic element that contains 95 protons) with calcium ions. Each of these ions has 20 protons. The bombardment combines the nuclei of
calcium atoms with the nuclei in americium to form a new. 115-proton nuclear nucleus. For an instructional GIF, see GSl’s webpage “‘new elements”. Ununpentium, as all super-
heavy, made elements, is fast decaying. For the 2006 announcement, researchers created ununpentium-atoms that lasted between 30 and 80 milliseconds.
IUPAC members will now examine the new confirmation of 2006 work and decide if the evidence is sufficient to merit formal recognition for unpentium. Lund University in Sweden.
Lund researchers conducted the ununpentium test at GSI. Lund researchers published their findings in Physical Review Letters.
According to the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory of the United States, research on synthetic elements helps scientists understand more about the fission process and confirms cool chemical hypotheses. Unpentium, however, is
unlikely even to make it into the future. So far, scientists have not discovered any useful applications for synthetic elements with 100 or fewer protons. Bob Lazar’s fantasies are unfounded. It has been possible to synthesize many of these elements in theory, but we don’t
know much about fusion from doing it in the lab. UFOs aren’t mentioned.